Magic vs. Cavaliers Game 5: LeBron James highlights - 37 points, 14 rebounds, 12 assists (5.28.09)





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Published on Sep 15, 2011

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LeBron James, showing off every dimension of his unstoppable game, had 37 points, 14 rebounds and 12 assists in a 112-102 victory over the Orlando Magic in Game 5.

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Robert Lopez
Man I really hate the Magic, they could have chosen a different series for Hedo and Lewis to all of the sudden play like all-stars, cause I was waiting for the dream match up of Kobe vs LeBron in the finals. I don't know if the Cavs would have won against the Lakers but definitely would have been a great series. 
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Masco 24
Lebron's athleticism when he was younger is just breath taking
Dwight Turner
Lebron is a better all around player than Jordan
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Marco Cruz
Wow wow, LeBron in the series.. Game 1: 49 points Game 2: 35 points, game winner Game 3: 41 points Game 4: 44 points, 12 boards Game 5: 37 points, 14 boards, 12 dimes Game 6: 25 points but sadly, they lost :(
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People still don't understand this is why he went to heat so he wouldn't have to do everything.
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Jonathan Cariveau
Lemme say this: if LeBron James had won a title with the Cavaliers that year, like he was giving all his effort and showing off all his skill to do, like Cleveland should have, he would have stayed after his contract was up and I believe they would have made another title run in 2009-2010.
This is still the series I get mad at over the years. No way Lebron should have let the Magic beat them to in the ECF. This team would have beat the Kobes Lakers in 6.
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Josh Willis
Cleveland should have won this series easily. They were up big in almost every game but gave up big leads.
Mike Hawk
He doesn't need to play like this in Miami, that's why he is there. Today's Lebron is better than 2009's Lebron and that's because he shoots better now. We still see him doing what he did in this game, only a bit less because wade is still there
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